Apr 03, 2017 - 07:34pm
I want to use i7-7700K (HD Graphics 630) on CentOS 7, but it works at 1024x768 resolution only now.
First, I tried to use intel-graphics-update-tool-2.0.4-25.intel20164.x86_64.rpm, unfortunately it didn't work.
intel-graphics-update-tool: symbol lookup error: intel-graphics-update-tool: undefined symbol: gtk_label_set_xalign
Second, I tried to compile this tool, but it failed during configure.
# tar Jxf intel-graphics-update-tool_2.0.4.tar.xz
# cd intel-linux-graphics-installer-git
checking whether NLS is requested... yes
./configure: line 12450: intltool-update: command not found
checking for intltool >= 0.40.1... found
configure: error: Your intltool is too old. You need intltool 0.40.1 or later.
So I installed intltool by
# yum install intltool
After that, I got these messages:
configure: error: Package requirements ( gtk+-3.0 gio-2.0 polkit-gobject-1 packagekit-glib2 >= 0.5.2 libsoup-gnome-2.4 gmodule-2.0 ) were not met:
No package 'gtk+-3.0' found
No package 'gio-2.0' found
No package 'polkit-gobject-1' found
No package 'packagekit-glib2' found
No package 'libsoup-gnome-2.4' found
No package 'gmodule-2.0' found
I feel it's a little hard way. Is there any better idea?
CentOS Linux release 7.3.1611 (Core) (updated all installed packages today)
gcc version 4.8.5 20150623 (Red Hat 4.8.5-11) (GCC)
Thanks in advance!
Although I don't know why, it works fine today with 4K display!!!
Yesterday, it was Linux 3.10.0-514.el7.x86_64 kernel.
After updating all packages, and ***REBOOT***, it's 3.10.0-514.10.2.el7.x86_64.
* Today's /var/log/Xorg.0.log :
[ 15.145] xf86EnableIOPorts: failed to set IOPL for I/O (Operation not permitted)
[ 15.146] (II) intel(0): Using Kernel Mode Setting driver: i915, version 1.6.0 20160229
* Yesterday's /var/log/Xorg.0.log :
[ 10.805] xf86EnableIOPorts: failed to set IOPL for I/O (Operation not permitted)
[ 10.808] (EE) open /dev/dri/card0: No such file or directory
Hi - glad your problem got sorted out - sounds like an i915 fix or fixes got backported in your new kernel package. For what it's worth, for CentOS I'd recommend using an extra repository from here:
In particular elrepo - that will be a lot easier than porting the fedora packages the 01.org updater provides (because of dependencies and version skew and so forth).